Anuj Tewari

Anuj Tewari

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In this study, forty serum samples from field buffaloes vaccinated with inactivated foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) vaccine were collected. These animals were multiple vaccinated with the above vaccine during previous years. The study was conducted to determine the actual status of the protective antibodies generated after vaccination. Initially, the...
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Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is a contagious and important transboundary disease of cloven-hoofed animals and ruminants. In ruminants, an animal is considered as a foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) carrier if a live FMDV/FMDV RNA is obtained from the oro-pharyngeal fluid (OPF) beyond 28 days after infection. These carrier animals may pose a risk...
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In foot-and-mouth disease (FMD)-endemic countries, vaccination is commonly used to control the disease, whilst in FMD-free countries, vaccination is considered as an option, in addition to culling the infected and in contact animals. FMD vaccines are mainly comprised of inactivated virions and stimulate protective antibodies to virus structural pro...
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Animals play a vital role in our lives as they provide milk, meat, and other by-products for daily consumption. At the same time, their health directly/indirectly affects human beings as we both share a common environment. The One Health concept makes it imperative that the animals should remain healthy as it will have an impact on our health as we...
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Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is an important transboundary disease affecting domestic and wild ruminants. Due to FMD outbreaks, the annual economic losses in endemic countries range from USD 6.1 billion to 200 billion. It also restricts the export of animals/animal by-products to FMD-free countries. FMD-free countries can experience a more severe e...
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Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is a contagious and important transboundary disease of cloven-hoofed animals and ruminants. In ruminants, an animal is considered as a foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) carrier if a live FMDV/FMDV RNA is obtained from the oro-pharyngeal fluid (OPF) beyond 28 days after infection. These carrier animals may pose a risk...
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Vaccination is one of the effective ways to control disease outbreak and virus circulation both in endemic and disease-free countries. Endemic countries follow vaccination annually as a prophylactic measure subsequently increasing antibody titre of animals. In disease-free countries, emergency vaccination with high PD50 vaccine is done. In both the...
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Foot and mouth disease is an economically important transboundary disease of wildlife and cloven hoofed animals including ruminants. In the absence of vaccination, detection of antibodies against structural proteins (SPs) of foot-and-mouth disease virus is an indicator of infection. In the present study, a rapid dot blot assay using gold nanopartic...
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Aim: The aim of present study was to determine seroprevalence of bluetongue virus (BTV) in Haryana state of India. Materials and Methods: A total of 803 serum samples, 408 of cattle and 395 of buffalo origin, respectively, were collected from different villages of Haryana. Sampling was done randomly to obtain unbiased results. The samples were eva...
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The present study was undertaken to elucidate the effect of Ashwgandha (Withania somnifera) supplementation on biochemical and oxidative stress parameters of chlorpyrifos (CPF) induced toxicity in broiler chicken. Seventy five broiler chicks were divided into three groups (group A, B and C) of 25 chicks each. All the birds of group A were used as c...
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Dystocia may be defined as process of delayed or prolonged calving resulting from severe assisted extraction or any fetal abnormalities. Injudicious handling of dystocia cases usually leads to large economic loss in terms of decreased productivity, increased morbidity and mortality. It has a considerable impact on production and future reproduction...
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In the present study 220 stool samples collected from diarrheic children admitted to different hospitals and nursing homes of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand were screened for rotavirus. Of 220 diarrheic samples screened 46 samples were found to be positive for rotavirus by RNA PAGE. All the isolates exhibited 4-2-3-2 migration pattern suggesting gro...
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Twenty-seven S. agalactiae isolates obtained after screening 89 cows for subclinical mastitis were studied for antibiotic resistance and virulence genes. The highest resistance was found by Disc diffusion method for Streptomycin (85.1%) whereas the lowest resistance was found for Gentamicin (3.7%). Resistance against Tetracycline, Erythromycin, Co-...
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Group-A rotaviruses are major causative agents of diarrhea in calves (under 1 month age) causing increased mortality in local cattle herds. 127 diarrheic fecal samples and 63 non diarrheic were collected from dairy farms of Mathura, India. 19 samples out of 127 diarrheic samples were found positive for rotaviruses by RNA-Polyacrylamide gel electrop...
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Diarrhoeal diseases are important cause of morbidity and mortality in neonates of various animal species. Rotaviruses cause neonatal diarrhea in calves. The present study was carried out to determine the prevalence of rotavirus infection among cow calves in Mathura and adjacent regions. During the present study 101 diarrheic and 29 non diarrheic st...

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